It seems she clearly knows the real meaning of Christmas, dragons and all.
“Let us make this holiday season about joy and charity for all. Thank you,” Diana Rowland tweeted. The letter appears to have backfired for the nay saying neighbor, as Rowland’s “Dragon Army” grew by two, although she did add halos to the existing dragons.
Rowland said she has obtained a wealth of attention after the dragon debate with individuals wanting to send cash to the “Dragon Army.” She has asked that people not send her cash and instead wants any potential “Dragon Army” cash to go to a worthy charity of their benefactor’s alternative.
“We constantly take them down after Halloween and then don’t place them back up again until after Thanksgiving,” Rowland said of her and her husband’s dragon display.
This season Rowland was surprised using a not-so-jolly letter from an anonymous neighbor who is clearly not a lover of Christmas dragons. For the last four decades, Diana Rowland has been showing large, inflatable dragons in her front yard as part of the Halloween and Christmas decorations.
“YOUR DRAGON DISPLAY IS ONLY MARGINALLY ACCEPTABLE AT HALLOWEEN.
“IT IS TOTALLY INAPPROPRIATE AT CHRISTMAS.
“IT MAKES YOUR NEIGHBORS WONDER IF YOU ARE INVOLVED IN A DEMONIC CULT.
“PLEASE CONSIDER REMOVING THE DRAGONS.
“MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND HELP YOU TO KNOW THE TRUE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS.”
“An update to yesterday’s tweet re the letter I received from an anonymous, judgy-mcjudgyface neighbor who disapproved of my dragon display and asked me to consider removing them: I have added more dragons,” Rowland wrote on Twitter.
Rowland said the return address was the name of this neighborhood and added,”that I have no idea who the letter came from. I know it did not come from any of my immediate neighbors, because they’re all amazing and cool and very supportive of those dragons!”